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Google remove 8.8 million lines of code from their Blink engine

Google cull millions of lines of code from their Blink engine

| Internet & Websites News | Posted: May 19, 2013 4:32 am

Google have been tinkering with their Blink engine, and have removed a crazy 8.8 million lines of code. Blink is a rendering browser engine, with the team behind Blink removing those 8.8 million lines of code in just over a month.

 

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Alex Komoroske, a product manager on Chrome's Open Web Platform, spoke to a group of Google I/O attendees that removing so much code had more than one improvement - not only did it improve the engine itself, but it had a huge effect on the engineers, too. The engineers are more productive and the team is now exploring new rendering techniques and code contribution requests from Abode, Intel, and Microsoft.

NEWS SOURCES:Techspot.com

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